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The Institute of Health and Care Sciences is at the forefront both nationally and internationally concerning person-centred care. Person-centred care is present in education, research as well as innovation. The Institute is organised according to academic areas made up by interdisciplinary profiles: Care in long-term conditions; The Life Context and Health Promotion; Diagnostics, Acute and Critical Care and Learning and Leadership for Health Care Professionals. The purpose of having academic areas is to integrate the Institute’s joint competence to promote quality in education, research, and collaboration.
The Institute of Health and Care Sciences offers several undergraduate and postgraduate programmes for nurses, radiographers, midwives, and specialist nurses. The basic training courses for nurses and radiographers lead to a professional degree as well as a bachelor's degree. The training of midwives and the different courses for specialist nurses lead to a professional registration in combination with a master's degree. All professional programmes lead to a professional registration. Moreover, the freestanding courses are offered at an advanced level, offering the possibility to continue studying towards a master's degree in one of the Institute’s main subjects, nursing, reproductive and perinatal health, radiography, and health care pedagogics. There is also a Doctoral study programme at the Institute of Health Care Sciences.
Subject area description
In the discipline of nursing, the knowledge about health and living a good life despite the presence of illness and/or disability is developed as well as the knowledge of a peaceful and dignified passing. Nursing is based on needs and problems related to health and ill health and daily life, but also on people's resources and ability to deal with problems. In nursing, it is not ill health/illness/disability per se, but people's reactions and interpretation of their illness that are the focus. A central aspect in nursing is the close relationship between the nurse, the patient and the relative/close friend.
The position will be placed in the Section for Diagnostics, Acute and Critical Care where the successful candidate will be teaching in the Specialist Nursing Programme in Anaesthetic Care. When needed, the current activities will be conducted in collaboration with other sections at the Institute.
As a course coordinator the activities involve mainly planning and teaching, to supervise and perform summative assessments at all levels of first and second cycle studies. It also includes to work towards achieving the Institute’s objectives and business plan. The position as a course coordinator further involves developing and coordinating the learning objectives, activities, and forms of summative assessments as well as the evaluation criteria in relation to content, purpose and current pedagogical research. Also, you will be quality assuring the education with validated evaluation methods. Administrative tasks related to the educational activities make up a major part of the tasks. In addition, it is assumed that the employee actively participates in joint meetings and activities at the Institute.
Other tasks may also occur, and the position may change over time.
The applicant is expected to teach in Swedish and English.
Completed higher education studies at least at the second cycle level in nursing or care pedagogics. The applicant must be able to show pedagogical expertise and have a qualification in Specialist Nursing in Anaesthetic care and hold a current position in anaesthetic care. Swedish registration as a nurse. A good command of Swedish and English in both writing and speech. The eligibility for employment as a teacher is stated in the University of Gothenburg's employment regulations.
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Closing date: 2021-06-10